Homecoming 2014 Opportunities for All!

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Games to bring tourism boost

The Commonwealth Games  in Glasgow will offer an unprecedented opportunity for tourism, attracting thousands of new visitors to the city and Scotland, officials have said. One-fifth ... Continue Reading →

VisitBritain Industry Update –9 April 2014

VisitBritain eNews is a fortnightly e-newsletter providing you with the latest international market intelligence, partnership marketing opportunities, tourism events and news. The latest ... Continue Reading →

Go Rural and the creation of a thriving agritourism sector

Go Rural is the organisation leading an initiative to help grow agritourism in Scotland with the overall objective of improving the profitability, productivity and sustainability of ... Continue Reading →

Scotland’s Self-Caterers Are Committed to Quality

The Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers (ASSC) has launched its own quality initiative, extending membership to businesses without a VisitScotland quality award (VSQA). The ASSC ... Continue Reading →

Biomass Heat Trail events at Fort William

HWEnergy are holding the next in their series of popular Biomass Heat Trail events at their Fort William HQ on Friday 9th May. This event is aimed at businesses that have a large heat ... Continue Reading →

Tourism Skills Newsletter – March 2014

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Tourism chiefs call for VAT cut to capitalise on big events of 2014

Scotland’s tourism leaders have called for a dramatic cut in VAT for accommodation and visitor attractions to help sustain the industry. While 2014 promises to be a bumper year ... Continue Reading →

National museum is top tourist spot outside London

Scotland’s national museum is the most popular attraction outside London, drawing more than 1.7 million visitors last year. New figures from the Association of Leading Visitor ... Continue Reading →

Tourists turn to mobile bookings

The increasing importance of digital technology to the Scottish visitor experience has been underlined in a report by an Edinburgh-based tourism body. The report, from Edinburgh Tourism ... Continue Reading →